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National Association of Women Business Owners Silicon Valley Chapter Partners with Asociación Mexicana de Mujeres Empresarias A.C.San Jose, CA January 12, 2012
The National Association of Women Business Owners Silicon Valley Chapter (NAWBO-SV) is pleased to announce its new international alliance with Mexican based Asociación Mexicana de Mujeres Empresarias A.C. (AMMJE).
NAWBO Silicon Valley Presents Thrive or Just Survive?San Jose, CA April 20, 2009
Thrive or just survive? Women business owners all over the Silicon Valley definitely choose the former, but the current economy poses some very serious challenges. On April 21st, Dave Hitz, NetApp Co-founder and Executive Vice-President will share his insights and tactics for thriving to the National Association of Women Business Owners’ Silicon Valley chapter, with lessons learned from his company’s 17 year history.
Valley has a good story to tell, people to tell itMoryt Milo, Editor of the Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal posted a recap of the NAWBO-SV January Event on their website. You must be a subscriber to view the full article.
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NASA Deputy Administrator Shana Dale Speaks at Engage 2008! Expo EventShana Dale covered the topic “From Silicon Valley to Space” at the NAWBO-SV Engage 2008! Expo on February 19th, 2008. Click the link below to read her blog comments on the visit.
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More than 10 Million Women Know it!
NAWBO-SV Presents “Eyes on the Prize”
NAWBO Silicon Valley is Branching Out, Again!
Top 50 Women Owned Businesses Celebrated
NAWBO Silicon Valley is Honoring Corporate Partners
NAWBO Silicon Valley is Branching Out
Guardian Offices Connect with Local NAWBO ChaptersSeveral Guardian local offices and representatives are partnering with NAWBO chapters to help them in areas related to fundraising, membership, and event planning. Guardian salutes their commitment and efforts!
Integrated Financial and Insurance Services in San Jose, Calif., continues as a Corporate Partner of NAWBO-Silicon Valley. Elaine Ellis, a financial representative at Integrated, has achieved personal success in connecting with the chapter. “NAWBO has had a positive impact in my life. I’ve created centers of influence with some of the members and gained new friends. NAWBO has heightened my appreciation for giving back to my community. These women are incredible and I enjoy being part of such a dynamic organization,” says Ellis.
NAWBO Celebrates Women at the Top
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